Modern Language Review 3.1

Modern Language Review 3.1

Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 October 1907  •  112pp

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Contents:

1-15
The Scottish Sonneteers and the French Poets
L. E. Kastner
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16-39
Milton's Heroic Line Viewed from an Historical Standpoint
W. D. Thomas
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40-42
The Date of Composition of Lope de Vega's Comedia, "La Arcadia"
J. P. Wickersham Crawford
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43-55
Notes on the Chronology of the Spanish Drama
H. A. Rennert
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56-68
Notes on the Text of Chapman's Plays
J. Le Gay Brereton
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69-71
A Thirteenth-Century Paternoster by an Anglo-French Scribe
C. T. Onions
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72
Miscellaneous Notes: "Wayte What" = "Whatever"
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72
A Possible Source of Chaucer, "Canterbury Tales" A 4134 and D 415
J. Derocquigny
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73-74
Notes on "The Faire Maide of Bristow"
J. Le Gay Brereton
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74
Milton, "Samson Agonistes," 373
Grahame Smith
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74-75
Charles Lamb, "Essays of Elia"
Grahame Smith
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75
Dryden's "Parallel of Poetry and Painting"
J. E. Spingarn
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76-80
Review of Andrew Clark, The Shirburn Ballads, 1585-1616
A. E. H. Swaen
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80-82
Review of W. F. Melton, The Rhetoric of John Donne's Verse
Grahame Smith
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82-84
Review of Ernest Langlois, Table des Noms Propres de toute Nature compris dans les Chansons de Geste imprimées
Raymond Weeks
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85
Review of John Keats, H. Buxton Forman, The Poetical Works of John Keats
A. R. Waller
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86-88
Review of G. Walch, Anthologie des Poètes Français Contemporains (1866-1906)
F. Gohin
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88-91
Review of Conde de Sabugosa, Gil Vicente. Auto da Festa
Edgar Prestage
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91-94
Review of H. C. Hollway-Calthrop, Petrarch: His Life and Times
Paget Toynbee
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94-97
Review of D. A. Miller, George Buchanan: A Memorial, 1506-1906
W. Saunders
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